I am a 33-year old Louisiana-Licensed attorney and I have worked very hard to get where I am today. My family and I live in my home parish of St. Bernard and I have an office in the city I love, New Orleans, where I've grown up going to school. I attended Mount Carmel Academy for high school and the University of New Orleans for undergraduate school. While working on my undergraduate Bachelor degree, I worked my way through school as a legal secretary and later as a paralegal. Hurricane Katrina put 12 feet of water in my St. Bernard home while I was in my 2nd-to-last semester at UNO, but I still managed to finish with a 3.5 GPA within my four year goal in 2006. I earned my law degree from Loyola College of Law, Evening Division in 2012. I was also a Managing Editor of the 2010-2011 Loyola Maritime Journal. During my time in law school, I worked full-time at Southeast Louisiana Legal Services and several private law firms across the New Orleans metropolitan area, as a law clerk. Post-law school graduation, after working at several large law firms in New Orleans, I decided to open my own firm. My law firm focuses on severe injury matters. My pro bono practice focuses on helping domestic violence survivors who cannot afford legal representation. I currently practice in St. Bernard, Orleans, Jefferson, St. Charles, Plaquemines, Livingston, and St. Tammany Parishes.